Lambda256 Launches Decentralized Applications Development Solution on Ethereum and Polygon Blockchain
The Luniverse NOVA web3 development service platform has been launched by Lambda256, the blockchain technology branch of South Korean fintech leader Dunamu. The goal of the platform is to give developers an easy way to make decentralized apps (dApps) on public chains like Ethereum and Polygon, using a complex node service and APIs that can work with many other systems.
Luniverse NOVA has a number of features that make developing and running blockchains safer and more effective.
The service offers real-time blockchain node services, multichain API, data API, messaging API, and Stream API, which allows different types of nodes like Ethereum and Polygon. The service also has automatic load sharing, which makes sure that nodes stay online and work even when there is a lot of traffic.
Luniverse NOVA has a lot of advanced features and offers reasonable pricing based on things like the number of nodes and the number of data request calls. In honor of the groundbreaking release of Luniverse NOVA, Lambda256 is giving its fans a special deal. Early sign-ups for the platform will get special discounts on access fees, a limited USDC prize, and a registration NFT, but only for a limited time.
As Polygon DevX APAC Roadshow’s only Korean partner, Luniverse will also take part in the next Polygon Global Hackathon. “We’re excited to launch Luniverse NOVA and give Polygon community members an easy and reliable way to build dApps,” said a representative for Lambda256. “Developers can build decentralized apps (dApps) on Polygon networks without having to worry about how to set up and manage nodes. We think that Luniverse NOVA’s easy-to-use interface, advanced features, and affordable prices will make it a popular choice among coders who want to use the Polygon environment.
With the launch of Luniverse NOVA, Lambda256 hopes to strengthen its place as a leading provider of blockchain-based solutions. The company has been working hard to come up with new goods and services that will help blockchain technology spread to many different businesses.
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